Neither candidate will be as strong a president as say Bill Clinton in my eyes, but out of the two I will go with Obama because he's the lesser evil. No matter what Mitt says to me. I don't think he's ready, and to say that 47% of the population he's running to be president of are takers and are essentially worthless is concerning. He refuses to detail his plans, looks out for the rich, he acts like a bully to get what he wants, and he plans to make America play world police even more then we already do. How anyone can vote for that is beyond me, but hey everyone is different.
Obama has made some poor choices, and he's had to deal with a lot of the Bush administrations piss poor decisions. I think another four years would help him get to a better place, but i'm going to be realistic here and say that even if he is reelected it's not all peaches and rainbows ahead of us.
General election mitt is actually pretty moderate. Although I agree it is hard to know which mitt you are getting. His history seems to indicate he would be a pretty moderate president though.
I worry about that. Mitt pretty much had to be a moderate Republican governer in Massachusetts, because the state legislature was 87% Democrat. The Republicans in congress today are a different story!
Yeah, but he comes from a pretty moderate family too. I think the real Mitt is more moderate than people think. However, he sure has made it hard for people to figure out what he actually stands for.
Ultimately, I think Romney would be better at bipartisan efforts the Obama, he certainly has more experience with it.